Juanes to Perform Concert, Spotlight the Impact of AIDS on Latino Community

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On Thursday, July 26, Colombia's singing sensation Juanes will take the stage at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. to headline The Beat Goes On IV concert. The concert is being held to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Lifebeat, Music Fights HIV/AIDS, a national non-profit organization dedicated to reaching America’s youth with the message of HIV/AIDS prevention.

Juanes will help in spotlighting the impact of AIDS in the Latino community with The Beat Goes On IV. Juanes is no stranger to the D.C. crowd. The Grammy Award singer still holds the record for having the biggest audience ever in attendance at The Kennedy Center.

Tickets to see Juanes at The Beat Goes On IV are available now through Ticketmaster.com or can be purchased at the Warner Theatre box office. The show begins at 7 p.m.

How do you feel about Juanes headlining a concert for AIDS awareness? Do you plan on attending?

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